We frequently get questions from people who visit our farm store or see us at farmers’ markets who want to know about our honey.They’ll ask questions like:“Is this unpasteurized?”“Is this raw or pure honey?”“Do you heat your honey?”“Is this honey organic?”These are all legitimate
I am late getting this post up about our tremendous success at the North American and American Honey Shows.In the meantime, we’ve received a lot of media attention about these wins. The phenomenal public response and support has been truly amazing.So here are the long-overdue details:In early Janu
It’s pretty gratifying when hard work is rewarded with recognition. In this case, it is Amanda’s own “Bees N’ Seeds” honey sourdough bread. It captured first place and a blue ribbon at the North American Honey Show in Louisville Kentucky, January 2024. It was at Kamon Reynolds’ f
We took advantage of the Basin Food & Buyers Expo event in Invermere to reach new customers and also take in important lessons on how to strengthen our honey business.
Spring always brings the promise of new opportunities and discoveries. Our winter months are consumed with cleaning and rebuilding equipment, expanding capacity and ordering supplies for the coming year. But as the snow recedes up into the mountains, it also brings us closer to one of our favourite
March is always a frenetic time for us. We’re just coming out of winter, full of hope for our bees and eager for the new season. It is also the month that delivers new information and ideas, and when theoretical information can transform into practical use. I’m speaking about the B.C. Honey Prod